flagginator Posted September 8, 2004 Share Posted September 8, 2004 While you're doing detective work on spam submission addresses, how about checking with AOL. Here's the deal: When I submit to abuse [at]AOL.com they bounce back with a notice to use tosemail1 [at]aol.com if it's spam. Why does Spamcop use: abuse [at]aol.com if it's a bad address? Can you follow this up? Yes, I've already read the FAQ's and pinned stuff and I'm still not convinced that either address is live as AOL never replies to direct spam submissions anyway. I want to verify that Spamcop is reporting to the latest and greatest AOL spam abuse email address. Isn't there a Federal Law [H73Z] et al that states that all ISPs must use the abuse[at] nomenclature for their spam submission address? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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